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ACR 2019

The Africa Capacity Report 2019 (ACR 2019), with Foreword by President Paul Kagame of Rwanda and chair of the African Union, provides a snapshot of leadership capacity in Africa based on independent survey data from over 46 African countries. ACR 2019 addresses the capacity dimensions of transformative leadership both in public and private sectors. It highlights the leadership capacity gaps related to achieving sustainable development on the continent, and identifies strategies for addressing them. ACR 2019 offers concrete recommendations for improving performance.

 

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Agenda 2063 Capacity
Capacity Requirements for the New African Vision Agenda 2063—“The Africa We Want”

Publisher: ACBF

The African Union Commission’s highlighting of the importance of capacity dimensions for Agenda 2063 has been one of the missing links in previous development efforts. This time, implementation will be from a proper understanding of the capacity requirements (as encapsulated in this document). This document provides a conceptual and operational framing of imperatives and capacity issues required for delivering Agenda 2063.

 

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Brain Drain

Brain Drain in Africa: The Case of Tackling Capacity Issues in Malawi's Medical Migration.

In this strategic paper, the ACBF shows how African countries can tackle the brain drain by understanding the emigration of medical personnel from Malawi, which in ways mirrors the wider African experience but is also unique. The paper's objectives are threefold. First is to understand the state and extent of the brain drain challenge in Africa with an appropriate country case study. Second is to map the strategies, approaches and initiatives countries undertake to address brain drain issues. Third is to identify lessons and good practices in addressing the key capacity needs, specifically defining the roles of state and non-state actors

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ACR 2017 Report
How Africa can benefit from the Belt and Road Initiative.
 

The Chinese “Belt and Road Initiative” (BRI)  study was motivated primarily by the need to gain a deeper and better understanding of the implications of the BRI for Africa, paying particular attention to the economic development opportunities for the region, the challenges around its implementation, and more importantly understanding the relevant capacities required for maximizing the benefits..

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AGO Report

African Financial Governance Outlook: Effective Public Financial Management for Sustainable Development



The aim of this Occasional Paper produced by the African Capacity Building Foundation is to provoke evidence-based discussion, and encourage further investigation on the critical capacity challenges to be addressed to tackle youth unemployment in Africa. The paper assesses the causes and impacts of youth unemployment in Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, and Swaziland...

 

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